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Each new year typically brings some form of tax changes for landlords to be aware of and this year is no different. Here are the key pieces of legislation to be aware of in 2021.

With the UK still dealing with the impact of coronavirus and the post-Brexit transition, we take a look at what the year ahead could have in store for the buy-to-let market. 

With the Brexit transition finally over, we now have a clearer picture of our future relationship with Europe. But has the UK’s withdrawal from the EU already affected the Private Rented Sector? 

Anational lockdown is currently in force for all of England.  Guidance last updated by the Cabinet Office on8January 2021 sets out what you can and cannot do under the latest restrictions. Here, w ...

Discover the results from our latest mortgage intermediary survey.

The South West is experiencing faster increases in property and rental prices than any other UK region. Find out what is attracting people to the area and what this means for buy-to-let investors.

Covid-19 has hugely disrupted university life. But how has it affected the student buy-to-let market? Our Mortgages Managing Director discusses the impact and what the future might hold.

The Stamp Duty holiday has stimulated activity in the UK property market, but what are the wider implications? Our Mortgages Managing Director, Richard Rowntree discusses the potential impacts.

Paragon customer, Gavin Wise, has built a lettings portfolio of 32 properties in Hartlepool over the past eight years. We catch up with him to discover his top five landlord tips.

Research shows that retiree renters and those in the upper-middle age category are the fastest growing segments of the private rented sector (PRS). Read our full report to find out more.

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